La Revue des Sciences Commerciales
Volume 18, Numéro 1, Pages 111-125
This study debates the present economic case of Algeria, which is characterized, for the point of view of our research, by several phenomenon like the Dutch disease and rentierism...that aggravate the industrial performance and increase the oil dependency of the state’s revenues, especially hydrocarbon exports that represent the highest percentage of total export to foreign markets. The other part of this research paper involves the foreign markets entry concept, and the latest statistics of exports and imports. Besides a bunch statistical details and facts about Algeria’s international suppliers and clients. In order to deduct the main weaknesses and strengths concerning the international trade, and the major improvements that could be taken into consideration; by the Algerian manufacturers and government; to gain access to international markets, reduce oil dependency and boost the economic performance.
the Algerian economic case ; foreign market entry ; oil dependency
Belal Ibrahim Abdelrasoul
Berberi Mohamed Amine